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Report Vol.97

1-1 Seismic Activity in and around Japan (May - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[1990KB]
1-2 Activity of Shallow Very-low-frequency Earthquakes in and around Japan (May - October, 2016)(NIED) PDF[1520KB]
1-3 On spontaneous seismicity rate in Japan inland (ISM) PDF[1198KB]
1-4 Crustal Deformations of Entire Japan(GSI) PDF[5097KB]
1-5 GPS observations by Japan Coast Guard(JCG) PDF[1631KB]
1-6 Baseline Length Changes Perpendicular to the Trench Axes in Japan(MRI) PDF[1715KB]
2-1 Seismic Activity in and around the Hokkaido District(May - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[6099KB]
2-2 Hypocenter distribution during the event at Uchiura Bay on June 16, 2016 due to double-difference relocation(NIED) PDF[623KB]
2-3 Crustal Movements in the Hokkaido District(GSI) PDF[4101KB]
3-1 Seismic Activity in and around the Tohoku District (May - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[6402KB]
3-2 Crustal Movements in the Tohoku District(GSI) PDF[7056KB]
3-3 Seafloor movements observed by seafloor geodetic observations after the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake(JCG) PDF[723KB]
4-1 Seismic Activity in and around the Kanto and Chubu Districts (May 2016 - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[12654KB]
4-2 Crustal Movements in the Kanto District(GSI) PDF[486KB]
4-3 Recent Continuous Crustal Tilt Observation in the Kanto, Tokai, and northern Kii Peninsula Areas (May, 2016 - October, 2016) (NIED) PDF[1344KB]
4-4 Temporal Variation in the Groundwater Level in the western part of Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan (May 2016 - October 2016) (HSRI,AIST) PDF[1048KB]
5-1 Crustal Movements in the Izu peninsula and its Vicinity(GSI) PDF[8536KB]
6-1 Seismic Activity in and around the Tokai Area (May - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[6381KB]
6-2 Crustal Movements in the Tokai District(GSI) PDF[25865KB]
6-3 Observation of Crustal Strain by Borehole Strainmeters in the Tokai and Southern KantoDistricts (May - October 2016) (JMA,MRI) PDF[8206KB]
6-4 Short-term slow slip events in the Tokai area, the Kii Peninsula and the Shikoku District, Japan (from May 2016 to October 2016) (AIST,NIED) PDF[6785KB]
6-5 The Variation of the Groundwater Level, Discharge Rate, Tilt meter, Three-Component Strain, and Subsidence in the Tokai, Kanto District and Izu Peninsula, Japan. (from May 2016 to Oct. 2016) (54) (AIST) PDF[1110KB]
7-1 Crustal Movements in the Hokuriku and Chubu Districts(GSI) PDF[501KB]
7-2 Observation of crustal deformation at Matsushiro (November 2015 - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[889KB]
7-3 Observation of Tectonic Activities around the Active Faults in Eastern Gifu Region (May, 2016〜October, 2016) (AIST) PDF[792KB]
8-1 Seismic Activity in and around the Kinki, Chugoku and Shikoku Districts (May - October 2016) (JMA) PDF[2579KB]
8-2 Crustal Movements in the Kinki District(GSI) PDF[2520KB]
8-3 Seafloor movements along the Nankai Trough observed by seafloor geodetic observations(JCG) PDF[1180KB]
8-4 Continuous Observations of Crustal Deformations in and around Intraplate Seismic Gaps(MRI) PDF[736KB]
8-5 Continuous Observation of Crustal Deformations at Observation Networks in Central Kinki and Southeast Kyushu District. (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[856KB]
8-6 The variation of the strain, tilt and groundwater level in the Shikoku District and Kii Peninsula, Japan (from May 2016 to October 2016) (AIST) PDF[7636KB]
8-7 Observational Results of Groundwater Levels and Crustal Strains in the Kinki District, Japan (May 2016 - October 2016) (AIST) PDF[1008KB]
9-1 Activity of deep low-frequency tremor in southwest Japan (May, 2016 - October, 2016)(NIED) PDF[4345KB]
9-2 The earthquake in the central part of Tottori Prefecture on October 21, 2016(JMA,MRI) PDF[7916KB]
9-3 Seismic activity in and around the source area of the Central Tottori Prefecture earthquake (October 21, 2016) (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[1835KB]
9-4 The hypocentral distribution of the earthquake at the central Tottori prefecture on October 21, 2016 determined by double-difference method. (NIED) PDF[2862KB]
9-5 Rupture process of the 2016 Central Tottori prefecture earthquake derived from near-source strong-motion records (NIED) PDF[989KB]
9-6 High-frequency energy release from the earthquakes at middle of Tottori prefecture on October 21, 2016(NIED) PDF[873KB]
9-7 Seismic activity before and after the 2016 Central Tottori Prefecture earthquake(ISM,ERI,Univ. of Tokyo,Tokyo Institute of Technology ) PDF[2232KB]
9-8 Crustal Movements in the Chugoku and Shikoku Districts(GSI) PDF[17157KB]
9-9 GNSS observation in and around the source area of the Central Tottori Prefecture earthquake (October 21, 2016) (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[1487KB]
9-10 Short-term slow slip events with non-volcanic tremor in southwest Japan (May, 2016-October, 2016) PDF[826KB]
9-11 Temporal Variation in the hot spring water in the Tottori Prefecture, Okayama Prefecture and Shimane Prefecture, Japan (May 2016 - October 2016)(Tottori Univ,AIST) PDF[632KB]
9-12 Information about the M6.6 earthquake generated in the central part of Tottori Prefecture in 2016 (AIST) PDF[1517KB]
10-1 Seismic Activity in and around the Kyushu District (May - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[3261KB]
10-2 Seismic Activity around the Okinawa District (May - October 2016)(JMA) PDF[2772KB]
10-3 The 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake(JMA) PDF[5629KB]
10-4 Crustal Movements in the Kyushu and Okinawa Districts (GSI) PDF[14248KB]
11-1 Seismic Activity in the World (May October 2016)(JMA) PDF[7043KB]
11-2 Central Italy Earthquake in 2016(GSI) PDF[2375KB]
12-1 Postseismic deformation and viscoelastic rebound due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake - Toward forecasting the crustal deformation and activity over the Japan Islands -(Kyoto Univ.) PDF[415KB]
12-2 Postseismic deformation and viscoelasticity -Fundamental understandings-(Kyoto Univ.) PDF[550KB]
12-3 Postseismic deformation associated with the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake -Seafloor observations and viscoelastic structure model -(JAMSTEC) PDF[686KB]
12-4 Analysis on post-seismic deformation of the Tohoku-oki earthquake with heterogeneous rheology(Tohoku Univ.) PDF[639KB]
12-5 Resolving viscosity structure and afterslip from displacements following the 2011 Tohoku-oki, Japan Earthquake(ERI) PDF[445KB]
12-6 Importance of rheological heterogeneity for interpreting the viscoelastic relaxation following the 2011 Tohoku-oki earhtquake(GSI) PDF[1095KB]
12-7 Construction of 3D heterogeneous viscoelastic model in and around Japanese island(JAMSTEC) PDF[806KB]
12-8 Summary of “Earthquakes along the Nankai Trough” (Nagoya Univ.) PDF[404KB]
12-9 The research project on Nankai Trough wide -area earthquake disaster prevention - The outline and results of the research for source model and earthquake scenario(ERI PDF[947KB]
12-10 Monitoring Nankai Trough rupture zones using DONET(NIED) PDF[405KB]
12-11 Monitoring of the focal area of the Nankai megathrust earthquake by borehole geodetical observation(AIST) PDF[2840KB]
12-12 Seafloor geodetic monitoring for the megathrust source region(JCG) PDF[499KB]
12-13 Slow earthquakes in Nankai subduction zone(ERI) PDF[690KB]
12-14 What can we learn from monitoring ?(JAMSTEC) PDF[1262KB]